Jussie, J-Boogie, Juicebox, Smitty, Gay Tupac, Cloutchaser, Goof, Racial Hoax Creator, Impulsive Liar, MAGA Country Connoisseur




Santa Rose, California | Paramus, New Jersey | Chicago, Illinois (America)

Snitch Biography:

Black History Month, February 2019, is probably one of the most unfavorable Black History Months for black men and progress. We have seen the likes of Golden Snitches alumni, Robert Sylvester Kelly a.k.a R. Kelly get charged by the Cook County State's Attorney's Office with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving four minors on February 22, 2019. Just as this post is being made. He is expected to appear in court on March 8.

Link to R. Kelly's Golden Snitches article: https://goldensnitches.com/robert-sylvester-kelly-a-k-a-r-kelly/

You have the likes of another Golden Snitches alumni, the Brampton L, Tristan Thompson, caught in a cheating scandal... again. One that he brought upon himself, resulting in the distancing of himself from the Kardashian clan and outing him as a serial cheater and Mr. pro-infidelity. His link will soon be available.

However, all that has been readily known for awhile now, its just they are just now paying the price for their actions. While that is happening there is one individual who made his name more infamously known this Black History Month, and we are definitely going to induct this snitch onto the Golden Snitches Hall of Fame because he definitely deserves a place on here. I was waiting to place him on here after more information on his case became relevant to the public, and now the waiting is over. So please welcome, now former Empire star, Jussie Smollett to floor. As I ready my palm straight-forward, preparing myself for this roast, I want the reader to understand why this nobody is on here. So lets begin with his early years.

Justin Smollett, born June 21, 1982, better known as Jussie Smollett, is an American actor and singer. He began his career as a child actor in 1987 starring in commercials and films, including The Mighty Ducks (1992) and Rob Reiner's North (1994). In 2015, Smollett attracted attention and received a highly positive critical reception for his portrayal of musician Jamal Lyon in the Fox drama series Empire (2015). Smollett has also appeared in Ridley Scott's science fiction film Alien: Covenant (2017) as Ricks and in Marshall (2017) as Langston Hughes. Justin "Jussie" Smollett was born in Santa Rosa, California, and is the third of six children of Janet (née Harris) and Joel Smollett. He has three brothers and two sisters: Jake, Jocqui, Jojo, Jurnee, and Jazz, several of whom are also actors. Smollett is biracial. His father was Jewish (his family emigrated from Russia and Poland). Smollett's mother is African-American. He graduated from Paramus Catholic High School in Paramus, New Jersey.

Smollett came out as gay during a televised interview with Ellen DeGeneres in March 2015. Smollett is gay, however he occasionally wants to have sex with women, just for thrill. He is a figurehead in the show "Empire". In 2014, Smollett was cast as Jamal Lyon, a gay musician who struggles to gain the approval of his father, opposite Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard in the Fox drama series Empire. His role was hailed as "groundbreaking" for its positive depiction of a black gay man on television. Smollett reprised his role in subsequent seasons, and directed an episode of the fourth season in 2017. He currently lives in an apartment in Chicago.

So now lets get into why he is here.

On January 22, 2019, Smollett received a threatening letter which depicted a stick figure hanging from a tree with a gun pointing towards it. It read "Smollett, Jussie you will die" and "MAGA" and contained a white powder determined to be Tylenol. On January 29, 2019, Smollett alleged that he was attacked in the 300 block of East Lower North Water Street in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood, in what was initially investigated as a hate crime. Unnamed police sources later alleged Smollett orchestrated the attack.

Smollett told police that he was attacked outside his apartment building by two white men in ski masks who called him racial and homophobic slurs, and said "This is MAGA country," referencing President Donald Trump's slogan "Make America Great Again" and used their hands, feet, and teeth as weapons in the assault. According to a statement released by the Chicago Police Department, the two suspects then "poured an unknown liquid" on Smollett and put a noose around his neck. Smollett said that he fought them off. Smollett was treated at Northwestern Memorial Hospital; not seriously injured, he was released "in good condition" later that morning. The police were called after 2:30 AM; when they arrived around 2:40 AM, Smollett had a white rope around his neck. Smollett said that the attack may have been motivated by his criticism of the Trump administration and that he believed that the alleged assault was linked to the threatening letter that was sent to him earlier that month. Law enforcement officials say they are treating the incident “as a possible hate crime.”

On January 30, 2019, public figures expressed support for Smollett on social media. Entertainment industry figures, including Shonda Rhimes and Viola Davis, tweeted their outrage over the attack and support for Smollett. Democratic senators and presidential candidates Kamala Harris and Cory Booker both described the attack as a modern-day lynching. Booker urged Congress to pass a federal Anti-Lynching Bill co-sponsored by him and Harris. In an interview with April Ryan of AURN, President Trump was asked about Smollett being attacked and said, "I think that's horrible. It doesn't get worse." Smollett faced skepticism regarding his claim of being attacked; he responded to this skepticism by saying that he believed that, if he had said his attackers were Mexicans, Muslims or black people, "the doubters would have supported me much more... And that says a lot about the place that we are in our country right now." One of those critics was retired rapper, Joe Budden, who had doubts for why a black man would have a noose around his neck and keep it there for 45 minutes.

At this point the investigation begins. Prosecutors first begun to probe the warning letter sent to Jussie. The letter was a blank sheet of paper with magazine letters cut out and pasted onto the paper. They discovered the letter's format had similar comparison to a letter from an episode of "Law and Order" which created doubts in the case. They soon decided to focus on the two perpetrators by looking at video evidence of neighborhood security cameras within the area. Investigators announce the first tangible progress in the case: A surveillance image shows “potential persons of interest wanted for questioning” in connection to the case. The images are of two men with their backs to the camera.

On February 2nd, Smollett appears in public for the first time since he reported the attack, performing a concert in West Hollywood. “I have so many words on my heart that I want to say, but the most important thing I can say is, thank you so much, and that I’m O.K.,” Smollett tells the crowd. The department reacts to phone records that Smollett turned over to investigators. The police had asked Smollett for access to his phone because he had been in conversation with his manager when the incident occurred. Smollett provides the police with redacted records that they say “do not meet the burden for a criminal investigation.”

Than finally, On February 13, Chicago Police raided the home of two "persons of interest" in the case. The men are brothers, of Nigerian descent, who have acted as extras on Empire. Police recovered bleach and other items from the home. Two brothers of Nigerian descent, Olabinjo and Abimbola Osundairo (Ola and Abel), are detained by the authorities after landing in Chicago on a flight from Nigeria. Police officers raid their home and, according to CBS Chicago, remove items including an “Empire” script and two hats. During this period, Smollet gets on "Good Morning America", to state that he is telling the truth. The Chicago police reveal publicly that at least one of the men detained has appeared as an extra on “Empire.” The department also says they “are not yet suspects.” Their lawyer, Gloria Schmidt, tells CBS Chicago, “They’re really baffled why they are people of interest. They really don’t understand how they even got information that linked them to this horrific crime. But they’re not guilty of it. They know that the evidence is going to prove them innocent. They send their best to Jussie.” The local news media releases its first reports that investigators are beginning to look at the possibility that this is a hoax, something the Chicago police dispute publicly.

On February 15th, In a whirlwind day, the detained brothers are identified as potential suspects by police, but that night are released without being charged. Investigators announce they are no longer considered suspects but do not say why. The next day, The police say they are seeking to speak with Smollett again. Media outlets, including CNN, report that the two men have told investigators they were paid to take part in a hoax. Guglielmi says in a statement, “We can confirm that the information received from the individuals questioned by police earlier in the ‘Empire’ case has in fact shifted the trajectory of the investigation.” Lawyers for Smollett release a statement saying, “As a victim of a hate crime who has cooperated with the police investigation, Jussie Smollett is angered and devastated by recent reports that the perpetrators are individuals he is familiar with.”


On February 20th, Fox releases a statement in support of Smollett amid reports that his role was being reduced on “Empire.” Later in the day, the Chicago police announce that they consider Smollett a suspect in the filing of a false report. Later in the day, Smollett is charged by the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office with a felony disorderly conduct charge in connection with the police report he filed. His lawyers issue a statement that says: “Like any other citizen, Mr. Smollett enjoys the presumption of innocence, particularly when there has been an investigation like this one where information, both true and false, has been repeatedly leaked. Given these circumstances, we intend to conduct a thorough investigation and to mount an aggressive defense.” Fox later declines comment on the criminal charge.

On February 21st, Smollett was arrested in the morning by the Chicago Police Department and was “in custody of detectives,” a police spokesman said. A representative for Smollett did not respond to a request for comment. Later that day the Cook County Police Department released a press conference and stated that not only was Jussie a suspect of a felony charge, but his entire story was a fabrication to, get this, raise his salary on "Empire". Yes.

Jussie Smollet paid two Nigerian co-stars $3500 in cheque with $500 in return to purchase masks, and stage a beatdown. He snitched to police on these two co-stars who when captured, told the truth about the whole incident. Financial records indicate that the brothers purchased the rope found around Smollett's neck at a hardware store in Ravenswood over the weekend of January 25. Regarding this his motive was to blame Donald Trump's MAGA movement, since it is sparked with racial division, hoping to get more notoriety and sympathy to his name. He even called himself the gay Tupac, essentially wanting people to call him a martyr. He went as far as for wanting even the beat-down to be caught on camera, however, the camera was a moving one and did not capture the beat-down. On February 20, 2019, Smollett was charged with a class 4 felony for filing a false police report. Smollett’s felony count charge in Illinois carries a maximum sentence of three years in prison. On February 21, 2019, Smollett surrendered himself at the Chicago Police Department's Central Booking station. Shortly thereafter, CPD spokesman Anthony Guglielmi stated that Smollett "is under arrest and in the custody of detectives". Guglielmi also said that Smollett was named as suspect in a criminal investigation for filing a fake police report, under a class 4 felony. Smollett faces a maximum penalty of three years in prison.

Later that day, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie T. Johnson held a press conference on the hoax, gave details of the investigation, and explained how the department concluded that the alleged assault was staged. Chicago PD believe that Smollett staged the hoax attack as a publicity stunt meant to further his career, as he was not satisfied with his salary. The brothers who say they helped stage the attack said that Smollett had the idea to fake the crime after the threatening letter he received did not receive as much attention as he wanted it to. Police alleged that the actor intended to further his career by tying the incident to racism in the United States and President Trump. Judge John Fitzgerald Lyke Jr. set Smollett's bail at $100,000; a friend of the actor paid a $10,000 bond, and Smollett was released from custody. Smollett was also required to surrender his passport. He was also fired from "Empire" as a result.

Now the whole world is laughing at him. He deserves this. He wasted the Chicago police's time. He cheated people out of their sympathies. He cheated real hate crime victims out of their suffering. Joe Budden, Cardi B, The Breakfast Club, Fox News, CNN, even the President Donald Trump and more have criticized him. His 15 seconds of fame is up. All because he wanted a raise in his salary. Goodbye, career.

Physical Description:

Ethnicity/Race: Bi-racial American (Ashkenazi Jewish father and African-American mother)
Height: 5'11''
Weight: 176 Lbs
Tattoos: Unknown
Clothing Style: Lucrative African American Actor
Sexual Orientation: Homosexual (bi-sexual)

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